LEADING ECONOMIC

INDICATORS
16,000

4,600.0

15,400

4,410.0

14,800

4,220.0

14,200

4,030.0

13,600

3,840.0

13,000

3,650.0

12,400

3,460.0

11,800

3,270.0

11,200

3,080.0

10,600

2,890.0

10,000

2,700.0

Value (Million KSh.)

Quantity (MT)

Holticulture Products

June 10

May 10

Apr 10

Mar 10

Feb 10

Jan 10

Dec 09

Nov 09

Oct 09

Sep 09

Aug 09

July 09

June 09

Period (June 09-June 10)
QUANTITY (MT)

VALUE (KSh. Million)

KENYA NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS
P.O. Box 30266- 00100 Nairobi
Website: www. knbs.or.ke

Tel: 317586/88, 317612/22 Fax: 315977
email: director@knbs.or.ke

JULY 2010

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................... I
LIST OF TABLES .............................................................................................................. I
LIST OF FIGURES............................................................................................................ I
KEY HIGHLIGHTS ON LEADING ECONOMIC INDICATORS ...................................... 4
Overview ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4
Macroeconomic Indicators and Financial Intermediation........................................................................................ 4
SECTORAL PERFORMANCES .................................................................................................................................... 5
a). Agriculture ........................................................................................................................................................... 5
b). International Trade ............................................................................................................................................. 5
c). Energy ................................................................................................................................................................. 6
d). Manufacturing and, building and construction ................................................................................................ 6
e). Tourism and Transport ...................................................................................................................................... 6

LIST OF TABLES
TABLE 1:
TABLE 2:

KENYA CONSUMER PRICE INDICES** AND INFLATION RATE ........... 8
MEAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES OF KENYA SHILLINGS AGAINST
SELECTED MAJOR CURRENCIES AT THE END OF THE MONTH ............ 10

Table 3:

Interest Rates (%).............................................................................. 12

TABLE 4:

CAPITAL MARKETS – NAIROBI STOCK EXCHANGE ............................. 13

TABLE 5 (a):

MONEY SUPPLY .................................................................................. 14

TABLE 6:

COFFEE SALES AND PRICES* .............................................................. 17

TABLE 7:

TEA PRODUCTION AND PRICES* ........................................................ 18

Table 8(a):

Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Maize in the Year 2009........... 19

Table 8(b):

Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Maize in the Year 2010........... 20

Table 8(c):

Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Beans Prices (2009) ............... 21

Table 8(d):

Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Beans Prices (2010) ............... 22

Table 9:

Export of Coffee, Tea and Horticultural Produce ................................ 23

Table 10:

Monthly Exports of Horticultural Products ......................................... 24

Table 11:

Kenya‘s External Trade, Apr 2009 – Apr 2010 ....................................25

Table 12:

Major Destinations of Domestic Exports, Apr 2009 – Apr 2010 ......... 26

Table 13:

Major Origins of Imports, Apr 2009 – Apr 2010 ................................27

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Table 12 (a):

Domestic Exports by Broad Economic Category ................................ 28

Table 13 (a):

Imports by Broad Economic Category ................................................ 29

Table 14(a):

Local Electricity Generation by Source ............................................... 30

Table 14(b):

Generation and Consumption of Electricity ........................................ 32

Table 14 ( c ):

Consumption of Petroleum Fuels ....................................................... 33

Table 14 (d):

Weighted Average Retail Prices for Selected Fuel Products within
Nairobi ................................................................................................ 34

Table 14 (e):

Weighted Average Retail Prices for Selected Fuels in Kenya ............. 35

Table 14(f):

Murban ADNOC Prices 2004-2009 ...................................................... 36

Table 15:

Value of Building Plans Approved by Nairobi City Council (NCC) ........ 37

Table 16(a):

Domestic Production of Sugar............................................................. 38

Table 16(c ):

Production of Assembled Vehicles ......................................................38

Table 16(c ):

Production of Assembled Vehicles ......................................................39

Table 16(e):

Cement production and Consumption............................................... 40

Table 16(f):

Milk Intakes in the Formal Milk Sector ............................................. 41

Table 17:

Visitor Arrivals* through Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (J.K.I.A)
and Moi International Airport (M.I.A) ................................................. 42

TABLE (18A):

JOMO KENYATTA INT. AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ONLYEMBARKED PASSENGERS BY PORT OF DESTINATION. ....................... 43

TABLE (18B):

JOMO KENYATTA INT. AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ONLYLANDED PASSENGERS BY PORT OF DESTINATION. ............................ 45

Table 18 C:

New Vehicle Registration .................................................................... 47

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LIST OF FIGURES
FIG. 1:

KENYA CPI AND ANNUAL INFLATION RATES .......................................... 9

FIG 2:

END OF MONTH MEAN EXCHANGE RATE OF KENYA SHILLINGS
AGAINST MAJOR SELECTED CURRENCIES .......................................... 11

FIG 3:

INTEREST RATES ............................................................................................. 12

FIG 4:

NAIROBI STOCK EXCHANGE SHARES INDEX ........................................ 13

FIG 5:

MONEY SUPPLY (M3) ...................................................................................... 15

FIG 6:

FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES............................................................... 16

FIG.7:

COFFEE SALES AT THE NAIROBI COFFEE EXCHANGE ...................... 17

FIG.8:

TEA PRODUCTION ........................................................................................... 18

Fig 9:

Electricity Generation by Source....................................................................... 31

Fig 10:

Electricity Generation Consumption and Power Losses .................................. 32

Fig 11(a):

Average Retail Prices of selected Petroleum Products .................................... 34

Fig 11(b):

Weighted Average Prices for LPG in Kenya .................................................... 35

Fig 12:

Trend for Murban ADNOC Crude Oil Prices .................................................. 36

FIG 13:

Milk Intake in the Formal Sector ...................................................................... 41

FIG 14:

VISITORS ARRIVING IN KENYA THROUGH THE MAIN AIRPORTS . 42

FIG 15:

J.K.I.A. PASSENGERS BY REGION OF DESTINATION .......................... 44

FIG 16:

J.K.I.A. PASSENGERS BY REGION OF ORIGIN ....................................... 46

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Gross Foreign Exchange Reserves expanded by 4.3 million shares over the same period.37 per cent from 105.28 points in June 2010 to 4.39 per cent in June 2010 to 14. The benchmark 91-day Treasury bill decreased by 46. The Kenyan Shilling appreciated against the US Dollar and the South Africa Rand but depreciated against the Sterling Pound. building and construction.75 per cent in June 2010 to 1.393 compared to KSh 81. However.303. international trade.021 billion over the same period. tourism and transport.5 per cent over the same period to stand at KSh 278.4 billion in July 2010.284 billion from KSh 1. Macroeconomic Indicators and Financial Intermediation New Kenya Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0. The Shilling appreciated against the US Dollar.8 billion. money and quasi-money (M2) increased by 1.930 billion in June 2010 to KSh 1.98 points in July 2010.4 per cent in June 2010 from KSh 364. energy.3 per cent in July 2010 from 2. the Shilling weakened against the Sterling Pound.61 points in June 2010 to 105.3 per cent from 4. The Nairobi Stock Exchange share index (NSE 20) increased marginally by 2. agriculture.842 respectively over the same period.58 points in July 2010.198. manufacturing. Net Foreign Exchange Reserves expanded by 9.Key highlights on Leading Economic Indicators Overview The monthly Leading Economic Indicators Publication for July 2010 highlight trends in Consumer Price Indices (CPI) and inflation.6 per cent from 364. The weighted average lending rate offered by Commercial banks for loans and advances decreased marginally from 14.55 per cent in July 2010.1 per cent from KSh 1. 4 . KSh 104.214 billion in July 2010. Total value of shares traded decreased by 16.6 billion in June 2010 to KSh 11. Savings rate declined from 1.704 billion to KSh 1. However.878 and KSh 92. Broad money supply (M3) expanded by KSh 15.214. during the same period.03 per cent in July 2010. Euro. annual average inflation rate declined from 5.823 respectively. However. exchange rates.7 million shares to 691. The Shilling also weakened against the Ugandan shilling while strengthening against the Tanzanian Shilling in the same period.230 and KSh 21. the Euro and the Japanese Yen to trade at KSh 125. total number of shares traded increased significantly by 89. and Japanese Yen in July 2010 compared to June 2010.045. However.9 billion in June 2010.60 per cent.339.98 per cent recorded in June 2010 to stand at 1.2 per cent from KSh 13.917 and KSh 21.438.43 per cent in June 2010 to 5.033. interest rates. and the South Africa Rand to trade at KSh 80.29 per cent in July 2010.9 billion in May 2010 to stand at KSh 380.

0 per cent from 13. respectively in June 2010.0 per cent from KSh 7.0 billion and KSh 79.2 per cent from 3. Imports by Broad Economic Category (BEC) indicate that imports shares of Machinery & Other Capital Equipment.618 MT in May 2010 and its auction price declined from KSh 217.496 MT in May 2010 to 1.632. consumer goods not elsewhere specified were the main export categories in June 2010.582.43 per cent. Quantity of fresh horticultural produce exported declined by 7.88 billion over the same period.9 per cent from 2.247. Quantity of processed tea went down by 0.16 per kilogram to KSh 198.8 per cent from 35.859 MT in May 2010 to 4. b). Food and beverages.10 per kilogram in April 2010 to KSh 20. Domestic exports by Broad Economic Category (BEC) show that food and beverages.9 per cent from KSh 3.SECTORAL PERFORMANCES a).857 MT in April 2010 to 35. All the other economic categories recorded less than 6 per cent shares in total export.91 per kilogram in May 2010 and average price for dry beans declined marginally from KSh 62.56 per kilogram over the same period with Mudete. Mbale and Cheptulu markets reporting the highest prices for beans.3 MT in June 2010 while its value went up marginally by 3. while export value of fresh horticultural produce declined by 6. Transport Equipment.3 million over the same period. while its average auction price declined from KSh 239.55 per kilogram over the same period. Agriculture Quantity of coffee auctioned at the Nairobi Coffee Exchange declined by 31.523.0 million over the same period.2 per cent from KSh 113. Volume of trade decreased marginally by 1. 26. However.34 per kilogram to KSh 232.5 per cent.01 and 20. Total exports and imports also declined by 0.7 per cent from 35.2 MT in May 2010 to 40.0 per cent and 19. 5 .1 per cent from KSh 1.3 million to KSh 8.71 billion in June 2010.42 per Kilogram to KSh 59.4 per cent respectively to stand at KSh 33.423.558. Quantity of processed tea increased by 14. the import bill of Fuel and Lubricants and Food and Beverages declined by 34. International Trade Quantity of coffee exported rose by 17. Industrial Supplies (NonFood).2 MT in June 2010 and its value went up marginally by 2.45 billion in May 2010 to KSh 112. Average price for dry maize decreased from KSh 24. Industrial Supplies (Non-Food) and consumer goods not elsewhere specified had a share contribution of 43.962. respectively. respectively in June 2010 as compared to May 2010.19.09 billion to KSh 2.6 per cent and 1.56 per kilogram over the same period.653. in total export in June 2010.9 million to KSh 1.699 MT in June 2010.297 MT recorded in May 2010 to 12.370 MT in June 2010.2 billion. and Consumer Goods Not Elsewhere Specified increased in June 2010.118.

06 per cent from 550. Likewise.9 thousand MT in May 2010 to 230.6 trillion litres recorded in April 2010 to 44.948 MT in June 2010.17 million KWh in May 2010 to 550.0 per cent from 476 million KWh in May 2010 to 537.4 per cent per barrel from US Dollars 74. Milk deliveries in the formal milk sector declined marginally by 0.44 per litre and KSh 66.7 per cent from 291.27 per litre. the price of motor gasoline and light diesel were KSh 92.5 per cent in May 2010. In the international market. respectively.8 thousand MT in June 2010.109 MT in June 2010.c). Tourism and Transport Number of visitors who arrived through Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and Moi International Airports increased by 17.5 per cent from 222.2 per cent from 19. KSh 78.23 and KSh 82. KSh 78.24 per litre and KSh 65.9 per cent from 44. respectively.90 per litre in July 2010. In the domestic market.432 thousand litres in May 2010 to 27.258 MT in May 2010 to 339. Total consumption of petroleum products rose by 3.80 per barrel in June 2010 to US Dollars 73.19 per litre. Production of assembled vehicles rose by 4.3 per cent from 43. 6 .7 per cent from 247. average retail prices for motor gasoline. Total domestic consumption of electricity rose by 13.540 MT recorded in May 2010 to 19.845 MT in June 2010.9 million KWh over the same period. In Nairobi.276 thousand litres in June 2010.2 million KWh to 28.4 per cent in June 2010 from 53. building and construction Domestic production of sugar declined by 21. Production of galvanized sheets went down by 2.09 per litre in July 2010 compared to KSh 89. The share of hydro generation rose to 55. d). light diesel oil and illuminating kerosene retailed at an average of KSh 89.51 million KWh in June 2010.2 per cent from 67.7 million KWh in June 2010.817 visitors recorded in May of 2010 to 79. Energy Total domestic electricity generation increased by 0.472 visitors in June 2010.801 MT in May 2009 to 34. Manufacturing and.450 MT in June 2010 while production of soft drinks increased by 3.8 per cent from 521 assembled vehicles in May 2010 to 546 assembled vehicles in June 2010.60 per litre in June 2010. Quantity of cement produced rose by 16. e).2 per cent from 26.937 MT recorded in May 2010 to 301. the price of Murban crude oil dropped further by 2.00 per barrel in July 2010. Power losses declined from 93.2 trillion litres reported in May 2010. consumption of cement went up by 21.

635 persons in May 2010 to 109.9 per cent from 90.2 per cent from 16.353 vehicles in June 2010 to 14. . Total number of vehicles registered a decrease of 9.905 persons to 101.The number of passengers who embarked at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) rose significantly by 20. Motor cycles were the 7 main vehicles registered in July 2010.1 per cent from 90.567 persons in June 2010 while passengers who landed also rose by 12.852 vehicles in July 2010.911 over the same period.

44 101.84 102.04 2.62 105.03 103.39 107.15 102.85 104.47 103.16 2.03 4.61 103.49 5.Hous eholds s pending between K s hs 23.36 105.60 102.68 Nov-09 104.Data Missing Inflation R ates PERIOD F eb10/F eb09 Mar10/Mar09 Apr10/Apr09 May10/May09 J un10/J un09 J uly10/J uly09 NAIROBI NAIROBI NAIROBI PROVINCES KENYA ANNUAL LOWER MIDDLE UPPER EXCEPT CPI AVERAGE INCOME INCOME INCOME NAIROBI INFLATION 6.58 3. NAIR O B I L O W E R INC O ME G R O UP .58 105.18 7.56 5.65 101.55 6.60 5.80 104.69 105.23 105.67 103.93 105.56 May-10 106.TABLE 1: KENYA CONSUMER PRICE INDICES** AND INFLATION RATE NE W K E NY A C P I: B AS E P E R IOD F E B R UAR Y 2009=100 Group NAIROBI LOWER INCOME NAIROBI MIDDLE INCOME NAIROBI UPPER INCOME NAIROBI COMBINED PROVINCES EXCEPT NAIROBI KENYA CPI Jul-09 102.32 105.66 Jan-10 105.38 103.56 105.06 103.87 3.66 6.97 103.39 105.24 3.98 .18 Mar-10 105.33 103.Hous eholds s pending les s than K s hs 23.84 105.87 6.670 in O ctober 2105 2.94 Sep-09 103.30 103.92 6.71 104.999 in O ctober 2105 8 .60 102. NAIR O B I MIDD L E INC O ME G R O UP .21 3.23 102.45 3.09 107.671 to K s hs 119.16 102.43 6.59 102.69 104.01 103. 1.92 1.13 2.05 105.88 5.84 104.95 105.34 107.34 106.93 3.56 102.18 2.45 7.97 Apr-10 106.45 105.46 102.87 5.08 1.64 104.21 104.25 103.24 102.51 104.49 103.88 4.79 102.32 4.61 Jul-10 107.85 103.05 5.87 Dec-09 104.66 103.95 104.56 3.52 106.01 3.58 102.62 106.42 Oct-09 104.06 102.95 5.97 7.26 104.79 Jun-10 106.30 106.56 105.03 105.78 103.85 3.28 3.26 103.03 Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics NB .89 Feb-10 106.75 103.33 Aug-09 102.48 105.31 4.

00 5. 1: KENYA CPI AND ANNUAL INFLATION RATES NEW KENYA CPI .50 7.00 Feb10/Feb09 Mar10/Mar09 Apr10/Apr09 May10/May09 Jun10/Jun09 July10/July09 PERIOD KENYA CPI ANNUAL AVERAGE INFLATION 9 .00 7.50 4.00 4.00 6.50 6.Inflation Rates FIG.00 3.INFLATION RATES 8.50 5.50 3.

534 82.505 20.487 123.897 77.574 17.651 17.446 98.331 77.665 17.301 122.264 21.807 17.132 82.480 103.428 20.266 79.833 TSHS/KES 17.745 81.684 86.962 27.621 20.283 17.134 10.709 115.619 27.886 76.423 117.607 76.607 26.745 27.054 104.214 108.189 25.945 18.619 112.236 20.448 120.161 92.692 111.999 75.899 17.858 104.296 17.878 100 Japanese Yen 80.711 109.709 17.292 124.915 CURRENCY 1 US Dollar * Mean of commercial banks buying and selling exchange rates prevailing at the end of the month 'Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics 10 .230 1 Sterling Pound 126.233 74.178 87.712 17.181 83.999 20.917 80.603 21.524 118.522 105.517 26.697 26.TABLE 2: MEAN FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES OF KENYA SHILLINGS AGAINST SELECTED MAJOR CURRENCIES AT THE END OF THE MONTH 2009 2010 July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March April May June July 76.907 75.611 17.061 25.481 82.303 1 EURO 108.717 102.503 124.823 1 SA Rand 20.924 82.194 125.183 100.375 82.105 25.393 USHS/KES 27.328 19.842 21.075 120.533 116.907 27.689 75.063 10.505 86.158 20.723 108.202 84.540 17.239 74.588 123.957 25.467 92.600 25.

495 90.FIG 2: END OF MONTH MEAN EXCHANGE RATE OF KENYA SHILLINGS AGAINST MAJOR SELECTED CURRENCIES 126.495 116.695 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 1 US Dollar Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 1 Sterling Pound 11 Feb-10 Mar-10 1 EURO Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 100 Japanese Yen Jul-10 .895 100.695 95.695 121.895 74.) 105.095 (KSh.295 111.295 85.095 79.

14 1.98 14.85 7.03 2.55 Source : Central Bank of Kenya FIG 3: INTEREST RATES 15.22 1.51 1.37 2.71 6.98 14.75 6.79 7.58 14.94 1.98 14.76 3.76 13.Days Treasury Bills Commercial Bank Loans 12 July'10 Jun'10 May'10 Apr'10 Mar'10 Feb'10 Jan'10 Dec'09 Nov'09 Oct'09 Sep'09 Aug'09 1.60 14.53 1.96 14.295 6.372 9.11 1.5 July'09 Percentage 11.46 1.29 1.218 2.85 14.73 6.68 7.654 8.81 6.013 Savings Commercial Banks .67 13.25 2.24 3.09 13.79 2.22 14.81 5.577 4.06 2.48 3.85 4.76 14.Bank Rates Savings (Commercial Banks Rates) Rates 7.26 14.936 5.731 12.94 2.56 14.44 14.39 1.21 14.25 14.74 13.10 14.39 14.78 14.29 14.75 1.22 14.82 14.65 14.22 14.19 1.65 7.Table 3: Interest Rates (%) MONTHS 2009 July August September October November December 2010 January February March April May June July Average Yield Rates 91 .Days Treasury Bills Rates for Commercial Overdraft Banks Loans and Advances (Weighted Average) Inter .50 2.72 1.67 1.17 14.90 3.13 2.859 91 .37 1.03 1.23 1.

0 3.192 280.005.9 4.4 4.646.6 3.707 691.247.644.438.273.178 11.8 4.188 38.4 3.336 3.233.784 42.4 3.241.024 4.565.149.892 231.233.6 Source : Nairobi Stock Exchange FIG 4: NAIROBI STOCK EXCHANGE SHARES INDEX SHARES INDEX 4.083.754.120.3 4.342.102.000 398.520.438.629.189.326.4 3.692 303.352 SHARES INDEX Base Jan 1966=100 3.241.438.339.758 627.9 3.3 3.7 4.690 26.918 47.360 307.8 4.6 3.5 3.430 28.TABLE 4: CAPITAL MARKETS – NAIROBI STOCK EXCHANGE MONTH Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS NUMBER OF SHARES ('000) VALUE OF SHARES ('000 KShs) 41.189.655 603.598 6.629.2 4.485.383.297 396.273.247.005.083.3 Jan-10 Nov-09 Sep-09 Jul-09 3.544 36.803.320 46.1 3.6 3.9 4.528 364.905 369.608.776 48.0 SHARES INDEX 13 4.929 31.876 8.3 3.866 28.226 296.547.962.7 3.325.4 3.591 4.9 Jul-10 May-10 Mar-10 3.102.214.7 3.358.954.008.790 92.6 3.6 3.625 3.300 6.565.7 3.566 2.437 13.1 2.966 4.167.339.5 3.279.072.6 .533 953.261.697 29.072.866 10.6 4.211 3.3 4.850.2 4.1 3.

006.623 2.Money supplied by Non Bank Financial Institutions 14 .005 1.022.940 13.707 16.804 17.354 400.854 0.657 2.702 478.483 386.681 14.584 506.329 1. *** Broad Money (M3) includes M2 and Quasi .202 999.Local Govt.34 May-10 491.099 1.339 1.28 Jun-10 511.609 386.122.930 3.259 14.521 973.082 480.28 Jan-10 463. Banks.431 407.535 15.318 504.184 16.595 3.033.245 438.099 1.045.899 467.160 16.60 Mar-10 465.021 1.761 12.TABLE 5 (a): MONEY SUPPLY KSh Million MONEY AND QUASI MONEY As at end of month MONEY (M1)* QUASI .449 440.704 1.135 1.888 831.964 828.199 898.107.790 1.95 September 433.41 October 447.045.94 November 441.332 938.901 0.198.145 1.616 1.203 13.17 Apr-10 476.345 1. ** All other deposits in commercial banks except those of Central Government.27 2010 Source : Central Bank of Kenya * Currency in circulation less cash in banks plus all demand deposits except those of Central Government.579 879.214.899 982.508 849.940 15.009 1.084.088 13.07 Feb-10 457.159.099 1.645 871.896 2.39 Jul-10 523.214 1.209 986.608 1.038 422.824 916.196 492.913 16.271 2.868 1.111 959.46 August 433.62 December 442. non residents and foreign currency deposits.823 698.MONEY (Commercial Banks)** (NBFIs) (M2) BROAD MONEY (M3)*** % CHANGE*** * TOTAL (M2) 2009 July 427.067.

00 1. Billion 1.00 KSh.151.119.023.087.00 959.00 1.00 1.00 895.FIG 5: MONEY SUPPLY (M3) Comparison of Broad Money Supply (M3).00 1.183.00 2009 2010 15 July June May April March February January Months .2009 and 2010 1.00 991.00 1.055.00 927.215.

548 1.999 245.016 279.063 261.915 ** Central Government includes reserve position in the Fund and deposits with Crown Agents.916 281.611 262.019 1.518 262.720 260.995 99.843 312.548 1.790 KSh (million) 339.317 325.263 250.365 265.548 248.670 111.513 101.368 280.923 269.421 271.846 278.186 278.567 123.811 251.088 375.548 1.548 1.548 1.915 366.846 277.548 1.432 272.040 272.813 117.176 373.709 287.320 356.000 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 Gross Foreign Reserves 16 FOREX RESERVES .548 1. FIG 6: FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES 379.970 245.911 380.948 258.548 1.102 249.548 1.TABLE 5b: FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES CENTRAL MONETARY AUTHORITY CENTRAL CENTRAL TOTAL BANK GOVERNMENT** MONTHS 2009 June July August September October November December 2010 January February March April May June Source : Central COMMERCIAL BANKS GROSS TOTAL KSh.540 117.188 254.554 248.514 372.136 370.738 373.808 379.400 260.498 371.618 123.871 92.550 259. Million NET FOREIGN EXCHANGE 246.369 298.002 258.548 1.860 366.790 111.425 260.474 245.948 261.901 263.264 352.449 264.548 1.812 279.518 247.152 Bank of Kenya 1.538 115.130 267.245 372.124 364.913 267.585 103.375 268.591 102.644 267.895 285.049 114.268 261.556 271.738 366.

12 3.129 5.283 2.June 2008 and July 2009 *** Figures subject to revision NB: MT denotes Metric Tonnes FIG.61 2.69 2.62 4.71 0 258.980 6.66 1.853 6.496 1.09 2.2006.43 205.39 3.721 7.22 PRICE ($ /kg) 5.173 3.92 156.10 3.344 4.221 2.725 7.85 4.50 173.44 4.137 1.22 210.117 6.TABLE 6: COFFEE SALES AND PRICES* 2008 Months 2009 QUANTITY PRICE PRICE QUANTITY (MT) (MT) ($ /kg) (Ksh /kg) January February March April May June July August** September October November December 2.64 2.92 161.374 3.40 239.50 177.490 2.14 144.90 172.957 2.19 193.88 2.98 169.56 132.63 220.40 272.55 252.00 177.36 340.108 5.37 1.75 5.86 195.813 2010*** PRICE QUANTITY (Ksh /kg) (MT) 2.89 3.95 2.878 2.34 232.2007.00 2.01 2.87 159.60 203.235 4.29 144.05 2. 2005.297 0 4.68 3.329 1.745 873 0 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Months 2009 2010 17 June 360.37 151.51 374.54 49.699 PRICE ($ /kg) PRICE (Ksh /kg) 4.75 Source : Coffee Board of Kenya * Auction Price ** Nairobi Coffee Exchange was in recess for most of August 2003.34 3.64 0 3.13 2.253 2.930 3.243 5.618 1.7: COFFEE SALES AT THE NAIROBI COFFEE EXCHANGE Quantity (MT) Coffee Sales 8.72 2.42 284.704 2.027 2.363 3.87 3.93 0.50 179.17 3.899 6.014 Annual 38.517 3.179 0 1.356 8.498 2.643 6.08 2.473 5.55 .34 0.04 417.30 234.763 4.

78 3.90 3.343 29.18 2.00 3.000 26.30 241.35 221.16 198.600 22.53 194.2009 and 2010 40.400 31.47 239.33 210.198 2.04 193.06 3.8: TEA PRODUCTION Tea Production .77 QUANTITY PRICE* PRICE* (MT) 37.200 18.56 228.537 18.713 34.175 35.800 24.43 2.510 21.32 2.53 (KShs/kg) 227.79 233.75 217.803 25.27 2.866 36.70 2.49 2.13 3.231 27.618 ( $/kg ) 3.600 Quantity (MT) 33.484 21.434 22.94 240.779 18.857 35.89 184.69 Annual 304.TABLE 7: TEA PRODUCTION AND PRICES* 2009 Months 2010** QUANTITY PRICE* PRICE* January February March April May June July August September October November December (MT) 25.05 3.760 35.82 2.21 (KShs/kg) 182.56 212.01 2.400 20.000 Jan Feb Mar 2009 Apr 2010 18 May .27 209.64 Source:Tea Board of Kenya MT for Metric Tonnes *Auction prices **Figures subject to revision FIG.000 37.200 29.76 230.30 2.114 ( $/kg ) 2.800 35.834 39.33 180.337 21.

.7 35.5 38. 40. .0 35.5 35. .7 43.3 38.0 21.5 .0 35. 37.1 42. . .3 30.5 . . 44. .0 . 33.7 38.0 35. 35.0 .0 33. .0 33.7 38.2 27. 35.5 .3 37.5 37.0 32.0 27.8 .0 36.0 .5 51.0 30. .0 40. .9 .1 42. 33.0 .0 37. . . .0 32.3 35.0 30.1 34.0 . 35. 35. 27. . 35.0 .4 .0 33. 35. .0 37.1 32. . .0 35. 40.0 . . .0 .0 .0 40.3 33. 31.3 31.0 . 37.0 25.0 35.0 31. .8 22. 35. 30. 35.1 35. .0 32.0 25.0 33.0 35.7 35.8 .2 32. . . 33.5 50. 35. 38.0 32.6 28.5 35.3 26.0 33.0 30.0 35.0 33.0 36.1 33.6 28.0 37.0 42.0 .0 25.0 . 37.6 29. 30. 35.4 40.0 39.5 35.5 37.0 22.0 35.5 32.0 .0 38.5 28.5 . 30. .5 50.0 37.0 37.0 .5 40.0 37.3 44.0 40.3 50. .0 . .2 .5 40.5 .0 35. 36.0 . 35. .0 32.0 .0 32.5 .0 .0 35.0 38. 44.1 40.0 40.0 .1 75.0 35.0 40.7 33. .0 .0 . 32.0 35.5 . 30.6 32.0 40. .8 .7 .5 32.3 35.9 66. 30. .0 35.0 35. .0 35. . 31. .0 30.0 37.1 44. . 35.5 35.0 37.0 31.0 .5 .0 .6 36. .0 35.5 . . .0 . 33.0 32. 35.8 30.0 40.5 30.8 41.4 .0 37.0 34.7 45.0 27.0 35. 30.0 20.5 43.1 38. . . . 31.5 . 30.0 35. 40.6 28.0 35.9 38.0 26.0 37. .0 .6 30.0 38.1 37.1 39.0 .0 .0 29. 27. . 40.0 30.1 Average 31.1 38.0 29.7 35.3 31. 29. 35.4 .2 35.3 20.4 .5 30.0 .0 41. . . . 38. .9 37. . 36.3 28.0 27.0 37.0 40. .0 44.7 37.0 35.8 . .0 31.0 37. 36.7 35. .4 35.9 35.0 32.0 40.8 30. .5 37.2 25.1 37. 38.5 40.0 32. .2 46.0 30. 42. .0 .5 35.0 . .0 35.1 35.4 25. 32. 35.3 30.0 35. . .0 36.7 35.0 .5 40.3 33.0 32.0 .0 38.7 31.3 33.0 36.1 25.4 .3 MUTHITHI MUKUYU KIRIAINI NANYUKI SIPILI MARIAKANI KALOLENI MALINDI KIBAUNI KILIFI GARSEN RUNYENJES EMBU TOWN SIAKAGO MIGWANI MACHAKOS TOWN TALA MWENDANTU WOTE GARISSA TOWN DARAJA MBILI BONDO KABARNET KAPSABET KITALE ELDORET TURBO KIPKAREN KAIADO TOWNSHIP BUNGOMA TOWN KIMILILI KAPSOKWONY MUDETE CHEPTULU MBALE KAWANGWARE BURMA KIKOMBA KANGEMI Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .5 25.8 36.5 40.0 36.0 40.0 30. 33. 29.0 .4 40. . . 32. Data not available 19 .5 20.2 35.7 35. . . .7 36. .7 .1 37.Table 8(a): Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Maize in the Year 2009 Ksh/kg Market JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV DEC KIAMBU LIMURU KOROGOCHO KIBERA(TOI) 35.0 35.8 .3 33.5 .0 40.1 38.5 40.0 .0 35.5 37.3 20.1 35.0 . 32.8 25. 31.0 .6 .0 30. 27. .7 33. . 29. . . .0 25.7 35.0 35. .6 30. 30. .0 28.5 43.0 . 35.7 55.0 35. 33.7 35.8 . 25.5 40.7 44.7 38. . 38.0 .5 29.8 41. .0 27.5 . 38. .9 26. 35.5 .8 37.0 36. 38.7 38.0 35. 35.5 32. 34. . . 27.6 35.6 .6 35.5 38. 35.0 36.5 .0 .0 . . 38.8 35.9 31.0 35. .1 48.0 35.0 22.3 37.0 23.6 37. 28.8 32.0 39. 33.0 38.7 40. 31.4 40.3 .5 .8 35.0 31.3 35.0 35.5 28.3 .0 33.0 22.6 40. 38. 37.0 35. .7 37.0 33.1 50.5 37. .0 32.0 35.5 33.5 36.0 32. .5 37. 30. 31.0 .1 34. .0 . 36. .0 . . .0 .

27 .58 16.45 .81 24.43 21.00 21. .55 28.81 25.50 28. . 22.57 30. 27.27 21.73 22. 17.00 38.00 31.00 22. .07 25.00 .00 20.00 24.75 18.91 20. 35. .29 33.67 28.43 29.92 20.00 27.64 18. .55 29. 25.33 33. .00 23.73 24.73 .09 30. 22.76 30.00 28.00 25.00 25.00 28.00 .18 27. 20.00 25.43 22.27 . 18. 25.75 .00 30. 32. 27. 27.00 27.33 32. 27.33 25.00 30.81 21.73 23.55 25. .33 33.00 25. .19 20.55 27. 17.50 30.00 30.68 Averag e 29.33 35. 15.00 27.33 27.75 .57 28.00 32.05 23.00 32.48 30.00 30.38 26.23 . .00 28.50 22.43 27.22 25.73 20.00 25. .00 28. .00 22.09 .50 16.33 37.43 21.50 30.57 33.18 .00 30.33 33. .83 21.19 23. 22.Table 8(b): Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Maize in the Year 2010 Ksh/kg MONT H Market J AN FEB MAR AP R MAY MUT HIT HI MUK UY U K IR IAINI NY E R I K AR AT INA G AK INDU NANY UK I S IP IL I R UNY E NJ E S E MB U T OWN IC IAR A S IAK AG O MIG WANI MAC HAK OS T OWN K IANJ AI MWE NDANT U WOT E DAR AJ A MB IL I K IB IR IG O R IOC HANDA NY AB IT E K IB UY E AHE R O K IB OS WA S ONDU S IAY A NG IY A UG UNJ A OY UG IS K AP S AB E T K IT AL E E L DOR E T B UR NT F OR E S T T UR B O K IP K AR E N B UNG OMA T OWN K IMIL IL I K AP S OK WONY B UMAL A B US IA T OWN K AK AME G A T OWN MUDE T E C HE P T UL U MB AL E K AWANG WAR E B UR MA K IK OMB A K ANG E MI K OR OG OC HO K IB E R A(T OI) .00 20.81 21. 35.27 20. 24. 28. .91 Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .08 22.00 23.00 20.27 .91 28.10 27.73 26.95 30.71 30.00 .00 35.10 20.73 20. 29.95 32.50 20.50 . . 25.50 30.22 32.75 .00 33.10 27.27 .78 .00 .50 37.81 26.00 22.89 34.50 25.74 .91 23. .00 23.73 25.00 . . Data not available 20 .00 20.09 .95 31. 17.00 28.00 22.73 22.43 30.73 .81 34.33 14.50 25. 13.00 . 27.43 19.95 30.00 18.00 28. .50 20. .50 15.45 25.00 35.73 23. 22.27 29.95 33.33 33.27 22.00 32. .27 26.00 25.33 35.00 23. 33.00 27.00 25. .45 20.05 19.00 30.73 22.09 35.00 22.00 22.00 20.95 30.67 .00 28.45 20.50 33.22 23.95 30.00 .95 27.57 33.55 22.57 18. .08 18.00 25.64 .57 28. 21.27 23.83 19.50 40.50 15. 15.00 27.00 30.50 28.57 34. .00 27.95 16.56 18.00 25. 22.73 20.18 28.67 28.92 .57 .27 20.27 29.00 22.

6 63. . . .5 .2 90. .5 .0 .5 70.0 .1 OCT .9 .5 92. MALINDI 75.6 59.0 85.9 90.2 71.0 60.1 .9 88.0 65. .7 81.0 90.7 80.0 70. .2 68.0 79. BONDO 97. .7 KIBERA(TOI) 95. . .5 .0 80. .2 Average 74.7 85.0 80.5 54.2 95.9 72.0 80.0 KANGEMI 85.0 75. Data not available 76. 61. .6 .3 77.0 .0 . KIPKAREN 63.3 63.0 . MUDETE 76.0 70. . .0 75. .0 80.2 81.0 72. .0 . 60.4 70. . 67.9 88. .7 66.0 50.5 65. .0 .7 BURMA 80.5 85. .9 73. 45. 75.0 66.0 . 77.0 80.9 .7 90.0 .1 70. KAIADO TOWNSHIP .0 .3 .6 72.4 86. MWENDANTU 63.6 69.0 60.2 .0 60.9 95.0 . BUNGOMA TOWN 59.2 76.4 21 71.6 .5 .0 85. MUKUYU 63.0 . 65. 60. MUTHITHI 75.0 90.6 68.9 NOV 75.6 .0 60.0 60. .0 95.7 KOROGOCHO 83.6 69. . .5 85.0 .0 81.5 90.9 90.0 80.5 90.0 68. SIPILI 60.3 81.0 60.9 90. 59. 84.8 81.6 .0 80.0 85. . 71.4 .8 56.2 85.7 63. MARIAKANI 80.0 80. GARSEN 70.0 55.0 .0 65.0 85.6 76.7 85.0 70. KIRIAINI 69.9 90.0 63. . 88.0 . 63.0 . 90.0 75.5 45.5 65.5 57.0 75.0 58. .8 73. KAPSABET 65.0 70.0 80.0 . .0 70. 70.0 85. LIMURU 80.4 61.0 90.0 60. . 52.0 75. 90. .0 85.0 70.0 75. . .2 46.5 90. KABARNET 60. . . .0 80.0 .0 . .0 84.2 72.6 59.8 .6 60.0 76.0 60.0 80.4 90.0 60.0 100.0 80. . KIBAUNI KILIFI 80. . .9 100.0 80.0 80.0 60.5 100. .0 .2 76.6 70.2 65.0 81.7 54.6 59.7 77. . .0 . 65. . 80.6 .1 .0 . .2 80.2 58. . 80. .0 70.0 . . .5 85.0 60.2 82.0 80.5 .0 KIMILILI .9 90. .0 60.4 73.0 70.0 90.5 92.0 85.5 85. .4 76.0 .1 .0 81. .0 . .0 EMBU TOWN 80. .0 85. 54. . 70.0 60.7 61.0 65.0 . .8 56.7 85. . 70.0 . ELDORET 67. .9 60.0 85. . .0 65.5 85.0 88.0 . . .0 80.2 68. .0 90.0 80.0 80. CHEPTULU 76.0 67.9 DEC .0 80. TALA 62.8 81.0 85. .0 70.0 80. 65.0 80. .Table 8(c): Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Beans (2009) Beans prices 2009 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT Market KIAMBU 80.0 65. .9 90. KITALE 72.0 .0 .1 45. . .0 90.0 80.0 91. . 70. .0 75.0 80.0 70. .0 80.0 80.0 80.3 68. .0 54. KAWANGWARE 90. .0 85.9 .0 . KAPSOKWONY .1 59.0 . .0 70.2 50. . 60.0 80. . .0 85.2 Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .0 86. 62. .0 86.0 70. TURBO 72.0 90.0 60. MACHAKOS TOWN .1 85. MIGWANI . .0 60.0 54. .6 57.0 75. 70. 80.5 60.0 .9 78. . .0 70.9 90.2 .0 60.7 85. 68. .2 54.7 90. .0 65. NANYUKI 100.0 75.6 63. GARISSA TOWN 66.0 70.1 66.0 80. .9 90.3 .4 85.6 54. .0 SIAKAGO 71. . .0 100. . .9 69.0 72.5 54. .2 69.0 80.0 75. . KALOLENI 80.0 75.9 76.1 57.0 90. DARAJA MBILI 52. .0 80.9 88. 60.4 75. RUNYENJES 80. WOTE 60.0 .7 80.5 70. .7 71.0 60.0 45. .0 88.0 70.0 100.0 . .0 80. . .5 .2 81. 60. .6 81.0 .4 76. .0 80.7 81.2 68.0 55.0 88. .5 90.1 70.9 60. 70. MBALE 76.7 .0 65. 90.2 63.6 . .7 90. .0 KIKOMBA 75. .2 90.0 80.0 75.0 .0 65.7 70. 75.0 81.0 75.2 65.0 70.0 40.0 80.7 68.2 81.0 66.0 90.0 70.

55 40.85 60. 60.27 90. 63.55 .18 60.00 .55 63. 60.64 54.00 54.00 41.57 75.00 72.14 72.00 73.55 47.00 47.73 68.00 44.18 .52 90. .00 63.00 60. 60. 65.09 55. .87 .87 54.09 60.00 58. .43 71.55 54. .00 20. 55.64 54.52 .67 68.00 43.00 69.43 71. 63.78 . 72.43 71.45 76. .00 54.55 52.87 60.00 60.00 68.09 60. 56.87 56.00 43. .00 .64 .00 75.00 55. . 63. .48 52.43 69.00 44.73 59. 60.00 .14 66.44 54. 70.09 .00 85.64 54.64 55.67 37. .18 71.76 60.64 50.78 58. 52.86 60.64 .00 63.81 71.00 75.62 77.18 .00 55.50 75. 63.87 .00 60.35 60. . .42 59.00 60. 56.00 .87 60. .00 57.00 60.05 72.91 63.12 62.67 68.07 60.23 .00 53.64 .91 44. .00 .64 .18 70.14 66.18 63.43 69.19 71.36 .64 80.91 .45 68.55 75. .77 80.10 60. 71.95 72.91 65.35 64.00 MAY 57.95 80.87 50. 63.67 64. .00 45.00 63. .00 61.00 60.73 80. 60.00 60.50 55. 63.00 52.00 .23 . .90 66.18 80.00 57. 65.00 44.56 Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .73 75.00 50.00 60. 54.00 90. .23 64.00 .55 70.43 66.00 47.00 75.00 60. . 59. 60.18 70.00 AP R 54.83 57.19 FEB 42. 57.00 Averag e 64.50 50. 68. . 61.00 48.Table 8(d): Average Monthly Retail Prices for Dry Beans (2010) K s h/kg Market MONTH MUTHITHI MUK UY U K IR IAINI NY E R I K AR ATINA G AK INDU NANY UK I S IP IL I R UNY E NJ E S E MB U TOWN IC IAR A S IAK AG O MIG WANI MAC HAK OS TOWN K IANJ AI MWE NDANTU WOTE DAR AJ A MB IL I K IB IR IG O R IOC HANDA NY AB ITE K IB UY E AHE R O K IB OS WA S ONDU S IAY A NG IY A UG UNJ A OY UG IS K AP S AB E T K ITAL E E L DOR E T B UR NT F OR E S T TUR B O K IP K AR E N B UNG OMA TOWN K IMIL IL I K AP S OK WONY B UMAL A B US IA TOWN K AK AME G A TOWN MUDE TE C HE P TUL U MB AL E K AWANG WAR E B UR MA K IK OMB A K ANG E MI K OR OG OC HO K IB E R A(TOI) J AN .00 MAR 38.43 71. 54.34 .43 71.05 75.83 57.00 57.95 80.18 55.78 59.18 80. .18 68.17 44.19 68.00 60. 55.00 50.00 70.18 71.55 54. 68.14 90.43 71.64 54.17 61.91 68.73 68.68 .00 72. .00 68.64 .00 57.55 60.00 77.48 82.19 82.36 70.87 90.00 75.00 76.43 76. .67 80.43 63.00 70. Data not available 22 .50 76.87 60.45 65. .50 .18 59. 54.87 90. .48 .04 68.14 .73 59.

524.964.2 37.4 3.529.4 1.197 4.876.4 1.4 12. Million) 15.3 671.920.751.213 4.8 3.691.788.9 21.205.0 May-09 7.546.1 1.5 23.0 7.832.100.935.3 27.495.3 12.054.423.427.784.9 37.9 29.235.435.659. Million) (MT) HORTICULTURE VALUE (KSh.7 24.252.716.484.962.3 1.003.7 14.013 4.592.289.598.629.559.372.355.3 8.1 14.653.192.7 6.945.7 34.0 40.2 4.742 4.3 13.3 1.286 2.9 4.516.582.088.2 11.8 31.0 749.079.8 6.565.6 1.2 7.8 21.555.118.1 5.317.390.5 15.8 7.427.523.693 4.3 3.557.390.054.034.3 14.837.297 3.5 5.097.5 Aug-09 5.5 1.8 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 QUANTITY (MT) VALUE (KSh.178.5 3.6 2.8 2.7 1.8 1.5 14.189 2.370 2.913.1 708.632.238.037.2 5.244.454.866.2 8.9 4.771 3.9 35.222 3.8 14.8 8.186.9 13.3 27.3 4.859.994.Table 9: Export of Coffee.8 Jun-09 6.450 4.4 1.548.8 15.2 27.2 8.6 957.0 6.3 Source: Kenya Revenue Authority *Unroasted Coffee 23 .981.6 Jul-09 5.2 4.464.1 4.872.5 10. Tea and Horticultural Produce COFFEE Month TEA QUANTITY VALUE QUANTITY (MT) (KSh.290.7 1.619 4.4 12.407.6 29.172.545 3. Million) Apr-09 5.714 3.

710.74 370.478.415.40 2.927.91 1.964.88 1.64 716.95 May 7.04 2.707.84 70.926.54 6.316.95 1.Table 10: Monthly Exports of Fresh Horticultural Products Months CUT FLOWERS 2009 QUANTITY (MT) FRUITS 2010** VALUE (KSh.24 October 7.307.10 5.864.317.70 238.01 2.842.548.499.89 1.297.204.311.289.660.126.607.788.45 5.65 2.819.553.20 1.14 7.89 2.611.57 August 5.96 134.393.867.71 February* 8.40 2.69 573.91 4.03 1.54 72.00 82.68 209.223.305.98 5.16 4.17 2.187.815.971.50 2.24 6.64 1.61 2.00 1.02 1.650.39 1.497.77 1.498.515.46 5. Million) QUANTITY (MT) VEGETABLES 2010** VALUE (KSh.306.336.02 2.91 199.04 5.592.162.63 219.95 November 7. Million) QUANTITY (MT) 2010** VALUE (KSh.991.089.063.852.279.283.591.52 1.90 3.17 2.94 103.140.087. Million) QUANTITY (MT) 2009 VALUE (KSh.977.06 799.47 6.26 1.04 1.60 702. Million) QUANTITY (MT) VALUE (KSh.382.326.041.433.02 30.85 5.494.51 1.327.406.45 2.89 2.52 July 5.268.23 382.046.64 1.25 1.95 274. Million) QUANTITY (MT) 2009 VALUE (KSh.084.624.67 215.427.26 1.723.394.717.73 2.30 308.114.170.30 2.004.02 5.59 156.66 926.02 21.32 2.85 6.75 336.40 September 6.24 2.31 5.963.57 2.360.910.69 5.68 1.97 2.730.559.05 2.114.195.93 5.55 4.499.75 1.545.422.07 5.49 16.253.36 1.86 211.69 55.57 153.22 April 7. Million) January 7.277.71 2.87 124.92 6.80 6.08 December 7.261.470.895.00 1.967.39 March 8.09 3.12 2.34 1.906.247.52 2.35 1.00 6.33 6.217.18 41.864.318.22 June 6.63 Total Source: Horticultural Crops Development Authority ** Figures subject to revision 24 .86 87.

741.97 August 24.046.15 66.83 29.497.58 71.392.198.533.77 March 33.077.50 28.743.43 109.166.977.602.29 1.97 1.35 69.20 33.38 97.87 October 26.653.18 87.393.55 1.32 2.239.568.567.78 3.274.32 99.913.232.681.34 June 31.039.789.24 66.62 28.75 30.70 80.Table 11: Kenya‘s External Trade.336.314.60 72.701.55 33.171.148.23 62.717.936.45 71.316.288.93 75.12 2.362.159.501.53 November 27.836.21 April 28.361.247.175.75 69.34 103.10 95.02 56.58 58.22 112.107. June 2009 – June 2010 KSh million MONTH Domestic Exports Re-Exports Total Exports Total Imports Volume of Trade Home use Imports 2009 June 26.518.738.089.04 3.076.550.801.270.35 25.183.61 31.582.84 60.438.08 68.233.271.027.038.72 July 28.558.43 29.25 72.94 78.61 108.47 70.328.269.49 79.208.290.814.59 69.50 1.55 January 28.74 1.736.89 101.80 69.30 December 29.565.58 93.870.295.327.35 May 31.79 91.376.283.98 68.354.682.15 33.75 113.768.06 63.09 February 31.KRA * Provisional 25 .95 1.663.10 2010 Source: Customs Department.241.71 76.80 September 27.19 1.42 34.29 2.40 59.878.359.01 31.910.42 60.46 30.171.64 2.756.44 98.545.

15 2.390.053.49 November 3.06 1.070.87 2.211.335.564.417.542.68 1.31 1.38 772.47 814.371.418.981.282.146.04 2.459.09 1.409.567.37 661.66 1.30 1.96 1.98 1.85 697.85 3.126.60 3.60 1.17 617.01 1.36 334.297.96 1.22 285.594.01 626.21 496.059.88 856.87 1.56 4.122.80 2.408.148.14 933.22 1.25 735.38 July 3.64 4.038.57 930.25 578.32 321.44 1.43 1.62 611.19 June 3.72 1.91 312.412.108.02 1.KRA 26 .92 1.122.38 3.28 May 3.262.50 1.84 3.12 284.51 2.33 1.64 3.92 2.33 1.08 1.21 2.49 1.898.147.30 3.684.32 9.07 230.67 1.256.59 468.76 2.944.535.75 1.168.892.577.74 921.81 698.45 October 3.988.35 1.346.30 690.83 1.16 356.189.58 3.48 February 3.Table 12: Major Destinations of Domestic Exports.788.70 2.014.06 880.29 534.89 368.45 1.375.49 1.348.83 2.06 2.101.519.75 738.71 1.773.18 September 2.25 609.47 1.633.03 686.29 488.650.807.92 1. June 2009 – June 2010 KSh Million Month Uganda Tanzania United Kingdom Pakistan Netherlands Egypt Germany Rwanda USA United Arab Emirates France 2009 June 3.237.207.04 642.07 359.17 675.48 954.62 1.050.319.95 356.16 2010 Source: Customs Department.093.801.203.77 676.68 647.429.12 1.40 1.98 778.88 897.178.278.77 2.00 251.269.12 1.72 1.52 3.00 728.71 3.763.30 807.35 627.80 2.89 2.671.370.614.407.462.99 March 3.098.06 2.646.48 January 2.026.488.26 December 3.88 2.253.19 712.026.805.954.07 1.02 August 2.57 4.72 2.311.97 784.762.17 338.20 2.64 1.72 1.677.39 1.41 1.666.22 2.256.207.67 548.521.07 1.15 April 3.11 1.994.700.415.638.206.257.99 2.313.145.649.308.34 2.83 850.35 3.46 1.937.10 784.

01 12.56 2.534. June 2009 – June 2010 KSh Million Month United Arab United Emirates Kingdom South africa Saudi Arabia Japan India USA Germany Netherlands France China 2009 June 9.67 6.530.346.803.663.360.61 4.960.42 1.038.044.840.17 5.22 2.50 1.99 1.44 3.10 7.839.80 4.72 2.KRA 27 .75 2.916.95 6.59 5.145.59 4.18 6.981.766.65 August 9.95 1.234.140.688.936.21 2.61 November 10.78 9.524.61 5.99 3.42 1.434.356.48 4.64 4.365.122.412.45 1.023.278.48 1.394.319.19 4.07 2.14 6.99 7.13 6.40 5.087.043.712.658.65 1.17 7.72 September October 2010 March Source: Customs Department.25 2.60 2.38 3.261.280.674.853.83 7.52 2.Table 13: Major Origins of Imports.009.904.89 1.72 4.77 2.712.341.425.33 3.344.98 12.36 1.149.84 5.43 1.58 4.119.66 June 11.56 1.89 7.66 3.792.108.050.321.587.45 1.14 1.997.018.92 1.05 1.006.634.814.023.65 4.649.961.27 1.877.582.13 971.260.17 4.78 6.77 8.412.73 1.45 4.22 3.625.74 December 13.948.613.50 942.215.704.217.319.673.511.789.50 759.94 9.57 1.233.147.27 3.065.839.387.445.766.210.21 8.761.012.05 2.220.79 7.222.187.759.604.508.485.42 May 15.04 2.573.81 851.147.02 4.95 3.50 4.98 837.13 1.76 3.27 1.87 1.70 566.85 3.880.242.655.238.91 5.92 July 6.61 1.20 4.11 937.147.753.776.49 2.65 1.881.07 3.89 4.761.93 9.303.90 1.53 1.39 3.540.017.57 1.217.09 2.07 2.17 3.35 3.141.64 6.48 841.034.20 2.90 2.20 3.507.82 4.91 3.261.934.892.83 1.80 4.122.177.71 806.39 11.56 6.73 January 9.36 7.99 7.725.683.344.36 5.468.343.813.470.830.425.35 5.874.93 1.900.760.35 2.47 6.51 7.87 6.52 5.04 April 8.957.00 6.128.449.594.11 1.46 4.282.80 2.576.171.698.10 6.03 10.18 7.253.14 2.87 February 3.359.

7.92 41.56 26.41 1.491.1 13.99 1.9 6.63 0. Transport Equipment .2 7.9 26. .762 27. .61 26.1 6.2 7.9 633.778.362 24.7 7.2 225.8 12.002.785.845.46 1.76 47.2 6. .88 26.53 42.6 600..00 1. 355 367 MACHINERY & OTHER CAPITAL EQUIPMENT .554. 745 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT .288..308.36 45. .15 0..1 208..9 565.14 44.02 48.09 1.928.756 43.5 286.7 377.9 8.79 1.4 0.04 2.75 26.43 7..713.846 28.295.22 0.4 14.9 11..87 22.88 24.0 4.985 1.25 43.14 1.00 0. .41 20.302 6.789 29. Consumer Goods not elsewhere specified Goods not elsewhere specified ..72 42.7 7.0 87.7 595.. .329 31. 28 .26 1.837 35.56 23.711..0 7.97 27.02 1.95 1.00 0.810. . Total Jan Feb Mar Apr May June 12..71 41.232 323.0 455. 9.Table 12 (a): Domestic Exports by Broad Economic Category Million KShs 2009 DESCRIPTION 2010 Jun July August September October Nov Dec FOOD AND BEVERAGES .314 31.65 24.12 27.59 25.0 248. GOODS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED .2 7. .85 3..46 2.43 1.69 1.3 1. TOTAL . .837 7. .42 1.492.428.39 6.5 362.7 501.647. .75 24.95 26..176 28.00 2..03 1.7 5.688.0 3.941 2.113.46 24.3 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS . CONSUMER GOODS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED .3 INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES (Non-Food) ..803.194. Source: Annual Trade Report .84 0.667.817...83 1. Industrial Supplies (Non-Food) .43 21.713..02 5.96 2.064.829.01 0.7 761.342.3 6..3 1.87 26. .055. 1.49 0.63 0.144 7. .953.3 0.38 36.414 10.91 1.3 514.9 572 451.77 21.127.258.3 13.01 27..91 20..844. .8 14.0 6.4 531.171 33.7 5.32 Machinery and other Capital Equipment ..28 24.03 2.00 0.33 1.64 23..744.17 25..1 26.1 0..00 0..65 1. TOTAL .6 486.57 41.3 1.36 1.76 27..6 553.5 255.0 0. .702 31.693.4 236.93 1.36 27.143.747.6 953.4 6.5 6. .859.1 526.6 0.96 4.6 1.871 28.01 1..2 8.62 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 132.48 25. .8 409.5 664.01 0.11 1.3 7..5 386.4 444..29 2. . .711.2 7... 11.7 82..5 43..784. ..98 Fuel and Lubricants .9 469.2 8.367 7.6 7.89 2.0 613.16 0.6 630.4 8.77 2.3 15.16 2.65 0.654 27.30 0.80 1.6 298 398 351.18 28.Customs & Excise Dept.4 5.6 6.210.507 10.0 504.0 415.2 209.6 PERCENTAGE SHARES: Food and Beverages .88 1..489.80 1.40 1.44 25.37 46.080.064.6 12.

0.55 17.712.9 60.646.5 21.711. 15.910. .26 6.49 Machinery and other Capital Equipment .0 100.27 7.764.Table 13 (a): Imports by Broad Economic Category Million KSh 2009 2010 DESCRIPTION Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total Jan Feb Mar Apr May June FOOD AND BEVERAGES .8 8..386.5 11.6 5.387.24 21.85 16.0 100. 7.85 20.5 5.0 100..099.45 31.0 GOODS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED .13 14.977.21 11. . .0 14.6 4.4 71.30 0.. 4.7 MACHINERY & OTHER CAPITAL EQUIPMENT .00 0.361.8 4.9 15.63 18.642.3 10.0 20.2 TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT .598.8 79..14 0.22 8.274.48 15.573.7 137.543.3 5.841.9 85.0 68.6 9.5 90.208... .0 9.11 9.2 69.080. .1 17.6 6.85 30.2 12.327.241.2 8.1 18.04 6.9 12.0 100.5 183.0 100..13 19.903.521.48 26. .2 Food and Beverages .86 0.956.8 6.3 78..788.6 12.496.971.01 0.644..00 18.78 100.0 100.29 0.275..77 16.4 72.75 6.782. .200.7 13.6 10...66 14..196.1 59.0 100.87 Goods not elsewhere specified .24 23.0 100.31 Consumer Goods not elsewhere specified 7.34 21.07 0.53 5.116.085.32 6.259.78 30.115..262.220.7 11. .982.10 0.39 6.59 11...261.16 11.82 12.28 3.8 63. .13 29.89 Fuel and Lubricants .2 12.53 13. .28 19. .859.3 80.1 INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES (Non-Food) .8 5.30 29.8 3.3 9. .5 4.474.88 11.72 25.447.766.505.117.8 5.5 5.50 18. 11.861. 18.72 7.9 CONSUMER GOODS NOT ELSEWHERE SPECIFIED .4 11.0 6.35 7.090.496..05 14.617.Customs & Excise Dept.466.1 108.42 17.3 166.9 5...5 11.0 100.236. .8 62.916.2 19...16 13.2 11.148..815. TOTAL . 24.991.433.4 8.73 26.58 22.4 6.768. PERCENTAGE SHARES: TOTAL .5 50.65 10.514.867.3 4.086..1 11.470.01 6. .86 18.2 24.19 16.0 5. 29.6 165..663.93 12.096.06 35.34 21.4 616.157.4 2. 7.359. .811.60 14. . 15.7 25.5 200.4 69.426.873.038.5 232.604.639.99 29.3 4.429.98 9.6 20.198.40 30.2 53.811.0 4.6 12.2 10..10 6.258.9 26.0 16.0 100.3 11.04 18..5 21.33 Industrial Supplies (Non-Food) .02 12.72 7. .0 103. .624.111.6 17. Source: Annual Trade Report .3 20.42 26.2 4.936.33 Transport Equipment .80 6.8 22.5 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS .1 6. 11.9 12.111.0 100.6 75.21 0.751..2 9..286.251.701.4 72.08 21.6 788...3 57.03 28. .237.206. 29 .13 0.839.40 32.60 14.107.74 0.640.1 6.0 100.08 0.79 6.7 5... 9.233.738..691.88 7.479.0 7.02 11.65 9.7 12.948.990..4 7.43 7.62 33.316.9 11.2 23.1 174.026.3 20. .0 24..70 32.357.4 19.9 4.2 10.332.98 16.3 6.9 4.37 29.421.58 7.14 8.384.30 10.0 100.64 9.

80 470.07 84.64 112.44 106.72 132.18 132.28 85.48 110.49 462.32 262.57 291.69 475.33 472.62 113.51 412.30 252.39 299.09 473.77 97.56 87.08 231.12 429.41 206.45 428.Table 14(a): Local Electricity Generation by Source Million KWh MONTH Jul-07 Aug-07 Sep-07 Oct-07 Nov-07 Dec-07 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 HYDRO GEO THERMAL THERMAL 297.77 106.07 112.48 493.87 252.48 145.33 80.52 138.63 481.83 297.75 215.53 199.70 294.06 82.99 196.54 140.15 121.81 129.96 166.29 115.19 106.76 497.87 93.73 461.70 202.22 475.53 268.96 490.17 307.91 480.53 100.83 128.75 457.31 455.60 428.62 118.43 122.77 88.17 79.20 495.72 116.64 287.69 75.18 471.32 102.25 304.56 139.34 120.44 177.09 506.19 115.51 .23 455.73 107.48 115.97 93.21 257.87 290.50 173.23 305.63 250.46 206.26 169.02 481.77 111.02 133.95 172.19 87.74 88.65 122.49 99.16 129.01 443.11 202.15 122.28 140.33 103.41 236.31 104.81 428.29 425.16 237.94 450.07 135.32 447.15 113.62 106.51 85.73 498.84 111.38 Source: KPL&C 30 TOTAL 491.33 172.20 280.81 276.81 82.63 105.82 300.17 550.62 87.45 112.52 183.08 475.26 85.20 88.28 104.39 78.88 78.49 441.58 99.13 489.16 189.87 550.51 212.83 88.84 159.04 454.42 127.74 113.97 269.48 113.14 122.

THERMAL 31 Feb'09 Apr'09 THERMAL June'09 .8 284.4 242.5 June'09 Aug'09 HYDRO Oct'09 Dec'09 GEO .1 Quantity Million KWh 263.0 118.2 97.9 201.6 221.Fig 9: Electricity Generation by Source 304.7 139.2 180.4 159.

02 451.9 97.8 3.7 23.02 571.3 3.9 -23.00 Million KWh 500.7 -116.79 0.5 412.29 0.09 2.0 0.44 0.6 2.00 300.11 3.4 -121.0 2.9 TOTAL 529.8 430.9 LOCAL 2009 June July August September October November December 2010 January February March April May June GENERATION Month CONSUMPTION** EPPS (Aggreko) GENERATION IMPORTS NB: Difference between amount purchased from KENGEN and imported from Uganda and consumption reflect transmission.02 473.06 2.02 434.6 429.85 533.4 21.4 20.83 581.6 2.09 3.6 2.5 450.9 473.00 400.9 550.9 -139.00 Apr'09 May'09 Jun'09 July'09 Aug'09 Sep'09 Oct'09 Domestic Consumption Nov'09 Dec'09 Jan'10 Generation 32 Feb'10 Mar'10 Apr'10 Power losses .00 200.1 430.6 112.4 428.3 463.31 0.7 2.4 128.0 -93.7 22.6 514.50 568.8 101.55 441.11 2.11 4.02 503.7 2.2 23.2 2.02 476.2 22.02 400.6 473.1 -109.00 600.9 2.00 100.3 -104.6 -56.6 126.0 -97.54 0.5 3.04 0.1 441.2 550.7 -28.3 454.7 21.8 413.07 2.6 378.07 2.1 19.9 2.1 2.40 587.25 572.53 0.02 487.10 3.3 472.Table 14(b): Generation and Consumption of Electricity Million KWh POWER LOSSES CONSUMPTION DOMESTIC EXPORTS TO ELECTRFICATIO TOTAL KPLC GENERATION 458.6 45.43 554.02 537.25 0.1 506.6 428.62 560.00 0.6 -48.7 2.52 557.8 2.1 21.6 419.9 29.5 2.3 21.89 TOTAL TANZANIA Total Imports UGANDA 441.25 479.5 119.11 4.56 0.7 21.46 0.02 496.6 -82.6 15.3 114.24 SALES 2.0 551.9 3.5 2.5 2.4 447.0 454. distribution and commercial losses ** Excludes exports * Total KPLC sales and rural electrifications are provisional for January to April 2010.12 RURAL 0.69 0.08 2.3 2.0 23.4 2.02 450.3 425.2 21.81 4.62 565. Fig 10: Electricity Generation Consumption and Power Losses 700.4 114.4 N 3.09 3.91 529.7 -89.34 UGANDA 85.3 2.2 451.02 463.7 4.9 2.9 100.

8 P E R IO D JET FUEL H E A V Y D IE S E L O IL '000 MT 2009 June 92.3 0.37 224.0 43.7 57.2 0.G .6 5.8 33.4 18.07 264.0 October 93.2 5.27 222.1 53.5 35.0 36.9 0. M O T O R S P IR IT 33.7 54.8 January 91.7 21.7 19.6 1.2 April 86.3 3.2 6.4 1.6 5.9 1.3 July 2010 March Source : Ministry of Energy MT: Means Metric Tonnes 33 .19 293.3 43.5 40.0 46.16 257.6 5.12 246.4 61.9 30.9 103.3 47.9 1.9 0.6 5.11 303.3 1.4 L .9 A V IA T IO N GASLENE 25.7 December 98.9 November 93.4 44.8 0.1 1.4 20.4 111.3 42.3 43.6 17.5 IL L U M IN A T IN G KEROSENE F U E L O IL S 37.2 49.7 February 98.7 68.Table 14 ( c ): Consumption of Petroleum Fuels 4.6 21.2 36.8 0.5 0.7 36.05 366.9 45.7 35.5 36.4 5.0 0.P .2 May 83.4 48.4 52.0 1.8 54.8 1.6 0.9 39.5 4.9 L IG H T D IE S E L O IL 46.8 26.15 230.4 0.18 253.3 8.3 43.2 18.8 TO TAL FUELS 1.5 5.02 285.0 1.4 6.7 37.9 48.7 36.12 262.0 0.2 19.1 0.9 43.13 242.4 36.1 32.7 1.7 42.8 3.8 August 100.9 June 87.2 2.6 54.0 41.5 0.3 23.3 122.8 September 109.

52 72.73 78.19 72.83 59.60 57.83 82.70 81.08 76.33 - 72.84 84.13 74.90 80.00 58.24 86.01 76.80 KSh per Litre 82.64 92.57 59.90 82.35 61.20 60.73 81.90 82.48 59.78 88.80 76.40 85.80 64.64 61.09 64.58 60.22 81.80 63.Table 14 (d): Weighted Average Retail Prices for Selected Fuel Products within Nairobi TABLE 14(d): WEIGHTED AVERAGE RETAIL PRICES FOR SELECTED FUEL PRODUCTS KSh per litre PERIOD MOTOR GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR GASOLINE REGULAR LIGHT DIESEL OIL (GASOIL) ILLUMINATING KEROSENE Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 81.40 92.50 61.52 90.60 75.90 79.90 82.20 78.00 Jul-09 Sep-09 PREMIUM Nov-09 Jan-10 (GASOIL ) 34 Mar-10 May-10 Jul-10 KEROSENE .62 85.90 76.00 71.46 64.90 59.52 86.81 62.57 81.00 89.64 82.09 76.23 78.43 79.37 Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Fig 11(a): Average Retail Prices of selected Petroleum Products 93.17 92.40 67.

71 70.84 83.913.03 42.03 78.29 82.21 37.959.897.10 76.970.910.73 60.26 81.20 2.095.78 61.24 73.92 89.56 1.053.911.12 73.03 1.30 2.54 1.G 35 (KSh per 13Kg) .19 59.985.914.26 78.00 2.27 79.18 38.50 1.90 2.44 60.00 1.47 81.895.00 Charcoal (KSh per 4 Kg Tin) 38.23 80.71 - 69.099.09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 L.95 84.10 2.06 42.936.G (KSh per 13Kg) 2.70 39.19 89.77 68.06 42.30 41.10 1.121.00 1.90 2.36 63.P.60 66.80 1.940.963.80 41.56 1.06 42.60 82.P.13 82.907.89 79.031.73 83.18 65.70 1.G (KSh per 13Kg) 1.58 68.60 2.78 73.80 88.99 2.61 85.37 82.27 62.75 59.32 Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .61 86.046.00 1.50 32.20 62.94 42.data not available Fig 11(b): Weighted Average Prices for LPG in Kenya L. GASOIL (KSh per Litre) ILLUMINATING KEROSENE (KSh per Litre) 80.122.40 74.09 1.29 1.40 1.47 60.90 40.Table 14 (e): PERIOD Weighted Average Retail Prices for Selected Fuels in Kenya MOTOR GASOLINE PREMIUM (KSh Per Litre) MOTOR GASOLINE REGULAR (KSh per Litre) LIGHT DIESEL OIL.00 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 L.076.30 79.24 78.933.41 71.P.917.008.19 65.08 62.47 80.

80 68.05 90.23 79.80 July 57.85 69.52 68.75 60.05 63.35 81.10 102.95 59.75 117.80 83.20 47.70 71.31 70.70 134.75 51.05 69.85 77.00 59.Table 14(f): Murban ADNOC Prices 2004-2009 US$BBL Month/Year 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 January 42.50 February 44.20 March 50.09 72.66 75.95 73.70 91.55 98.10 62.Jul-10 10 .90 Source : Ministry of Energy 62.95 60.10 76.30 April 52.45 68.60 42.00 August 60.65 74.10 ADNOC : Abu Dhabi National Oil Corporation PRICE : Abu Dhabi Free On Board (FOB) US$/ BBL: US Dollar per Barrel Fig 12: Trend for Murban ADNOC Crude Oil Prices ADNOC crude oil prices 84.60 December 56.75 September 61.40 125.50 67.60 109.15 77.35 66.80 69.55 78.95 Jul-09 Aug09 Sep09 Oct09 Nov09 Dec09 Jan10 Feb10 ADNOC crude oil prices 36 Mar10 Apr10 May10 Jun.95 74.55 67.85 84.45 77.25 69.00 71.00 73.70 137.40 78.80 May 49.25 November 54.00 60.75 95.95 72.50 68.35 45.15 54.50 72.02 Prices in US $ per BBL 81.95 58.10 October 58.10 44.85 June 55.88 74.10 73.25 78.85 62.74 66.25 48.85 92.

2 July 3.332.2 5.9 3.3 6.5 196.0 272.8 16.632.0 126.095.Table 15: Value of Building Plans Approved by Nairobi City Council (NCC) KSh.0 59.590.6 151.3 63.'Million AGGREGATE ACTUAL RESIDENTIAL NON RESIDENTIAL REAL AGGREGATE REAL** NON RESIDENTIAL ACTUAL RESIDENTIAL MONTHS June 4.551.1 March 4.5 77.910.2 19.605.3 169.7 81.5 4.668.6 202.624.7 77.4 May 4.374.4 34.7 23.9 73.2 49.680.2 76.4 100.8 15.5 276.871.8 January 4.2 50.0 83.423.718.3 February 2.4 6.8 275.1 33.956.329.3 39.6 5.374.885.236.4 11.7 June 7.4 9.8 2009 2010 Source: Nairobi City Council ** Actual deflated by relevant construction cost indices ( Dec1972 =100) 37 .654.048.8 115.461.5 15.8 104.905.4 August 5.4 8.6 4.9 1.4 1.5 66.645.793.168.8 113.293.8 4.648.748.3 2.983.7 7.8 6.1 November 3.3 1.339.7 167.0 136.255.571.628.0 72.2 2.1 72.8 71.3 196.0 96.3 11.700.5 6.780.2 50.595.9 86.148.2 1.8 April 9.4 December 3.9 108.927.8 4.2 October 2.3 September 4.4 122.4 11.

239 50.493 34.772 46.895 26.824 27.766 26.829 September 18.567 42.869 39.411 23.583 40.891 547.727 28.774 40.367 20.827 September 45.542 26.870 49.261 Total 175.922 November 11.196 19.828 19.226 37.768 19.123 42.008 2009 2010* January 49.024 279.262 48.865 46.881 20.419 26.596 42.314 27.177 31.164 43.470 27.192 51.993 47.753 53.388 April 43.127 25.899 29.402 23.670 25.755 489.002 475.406 26.548 28.823 41.188 38.622 41.231 341.002 44.568 20.199 31.835 26.308 20.961 34.396 40.827 40.153 31.327 45.921 257.120 31.410 July 36.986 53.450 June 28.847 34.945 May 12.664 December 14.934 26.982 March 46.585 26.003 35.929 44.100 February 48.496 40.542 27.950 20.933 40.692 22.107 42.297 Total 516.708 41.985 37.115 42.485 27.923 29.995 30.246 49.810 35.849 45.130 36.691 47.404 511.813 26.255 38.682 22.801 May 37.689 27.530 31.965 23.076 34.300 47.863 21.585 47.273 Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics *Provisional 38 .265 44.078 August 41.329 53.776 18.407 328.395 27.810 32.540 February 12.186 48.102 48.276 July 13.279 August 12.508 21.968 48.002 34.805 33.484 24.148 25.891 30.985 36.438 39.055 47.173 44.115 December 48.069 33.852 22.594 October 13.095 21.067 26.536 361.650 27.999 Source: Kenya Sugar Board *Provisional TABLE 16(b): PRODUCTION OF SOFT DRINKS Month 2004 2005 2006 000' Litres 2007 2008 2009 2010* January 17.968 46.671 520.509 41.898 21.722 15.025 32.427 50.821 April 10.162 22.Table 16(a): Domestic Production of Sugar Metric Tonnes Month 2004 2005 2006 2007 2.530 45.586 October 45.849 47.244 43.938 March 17.596 18.509 17.513 22.538 31.968 30.432 June 19.044 17.069 29.738 48.687 45.953 29.750 November 45.352 26.988 41.155 46.

166 17.396 14.855 October 16.755 14.912 12.515 16.386 April 15.Table 16(c ): Production of Assembled Vehicles Numbers Month 2007 2008 2009 2010* January 450 468 379 299 February 516 592 556 521 March 565 388 517 510 April 532 601 494 438 May 574 575 341 521 June 481 487 326 546 July 456 468 482 August 589 440 388 September 566 488 373 October 718 503 391 November 658 435 464 December 437 302 349 6.214 .741 16.855 15.611 15.989 November 15.003 13.321 182.372 12.404 15.046 19.104 19.060 2.255 16.418 14.877 17.700 March 16.813 December Total 15.674 16.109 July 15.225 May 14.542 5.254 February 15.920 15.365 16.240 16.253 September 15.260 189.498 13.031 14.528 16.225 19.540 June 16.477 12.921 17.835 *Provisional TABLE 16(d): PRODUCTION OF GALVANISED SHEETS Metric Tonnes Month 2007 2008 2009 2010* January 13.960 188.497 August 15.747 Total 5.930 14.376 19.816 15.151 Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics *Provisional 39 105.935 17.

845 July 267.128 194.402 339.799 2.639 280.888 .298 288.162 March 213.832 256.261 174.799 292.329 December 252.016 233.523 February 186.080 191.016 November 234.765 212.746 199.320.840 285.671.072 203.493 October 260.828.490 225.242 191.389 202.139 207.000 August 266.627 282.133 246.258 247.Table 16(e): Cement production and Consumption TABLE 16(e): CEMENT PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION Metric Tonnes 2008 2009 2010* MONTHS PRODUCTION CONSUMPTION PRODUCTION CONSUMPTION PRODUCTION CONSUMPTION January 178.606 289.764.702 257.937 June 244.178 1.751 174.769 234.477 261.753 September 258.948 301.188 1.989 294.905 214.258 183.457.199 301.282 Source: Kenya National Bureau of Statistics *Provisional .761 April 211.429 247.984 200.479 259.705 233.891 236.344 290.603 305.728 173.681 133.809 200.686 240.508 152.922 270.740 175.789 3.Data not available 40 2.646 TOTAL 2.780 230.205.665 291.661 May 254.701 262.584 242.

833 Oct 37.842 Nov Dec 36.012.092.038.438 35.Sep.80 31.248 Sept 35.445 26.508.May09 09 09 09 09 09 09 09 10 10 10 10 10 Milk Intake 41 .Aug.728 44.430.60 48.20 45.Dec.069 41.348.207 28.816.810 39.095 26.022.733 35.786 Aug 36.00 Million Litres 38.988.367 38.596.535.997 28.725 34.017.643.737 29.Jan.530.013.999 35.210 44.Table 16(f): Milk Intakes in the Formal Milk Sector litres Month 2007 2008 2009 2010 Jan 35.Jul.158.640.467.098 44.269 33.179 39.359.838.560 35.80 43.859 41.20 33.959 Feb 37.614.238.511.527.530.Jun.997.878.274.355.840.889 May 30.783 32.547 34.238 33.186.Nov.Feb.007 33.899.329 26.60 36.673 Source: Kenya Dairy Board FIG 13: Milk Intake in the Formal Sector 50.879.286.233 35.616.669 Jun 33.607 49.588 24.239 48.885.Oct.203.723.121 Total 423.110.950 Jul 33.869 398.00 May.462 29.084 Apr 33.592 43.387 406.393.Mar.40 41.593 Mar 34.931.40 29.608.147.236.Apr.

000 20.314 76.972 82.657 610.398 111.941 61.951 65.739 8.673 86.000 52.916 Total 2008 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Total 2009 22.A) Numbers AIRPORT JKIA MONTH MIA Dec-08 Visitors to Kenya 72.458 50.642 67.472 * Visitors arrivals exclude Kenyans VISITORS ARRIVING IN KENYA THROUGH THE MAIN AIRPORTS JKIA 42 MIA Jun' 10 May' 10 Apr' 10 Mar' 10 Feb' 10 Jan' 10 Dec' 09 Nov' 09 Oct' 09 Sep' 09 Aug '09 Jul '09 84.I.030 74.022 81.484 55.873 Jan-10 63.579 186.000 12.000 68.392 91.975 22.580 93.188 7.562 25.016 63.181 7.288 67.000 36.314 Feb-10 66.027 24.A) and Moi International Airport (M.689 17.395 79.077 8.000 4.648 Apr-10 55.734 29.229 19.057 99.Table 17: Visitor Arrivals* through Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (J.261 950.378 52.566 59.K.180 84.122 69.734 13.656 12.055 721.682 763.026 4.957 95.113 13.175 6.661 100.000 76.658 63.000 44.I.000 60.755 May-10 61.954 Mar-10 63.059 97.000 28.817 Jun-10 71.000 Jun '09 Number of Visitors FIG 14: .946 83.

660 1.692 26.EMBARKED PASSENGERS BY PORT OF DESTINATION.543 11.011 1.322 JEDAH (JED) 6.304 10.595 18.967 0 4.073 23.626 11.412 771 1.902 35.118 7.911 29.792 30.292 1.570 13.393 38.536 25.852 20.762 9.011 6.833 TOTAL EUROPE 354.802 2.446 10.715 588 1.255 ZURICH (ZRH) 26.738 0 2.124 6.548 4.176 271.151 35.144 13.823 Oct 1.635 109.379 4.322 3.095 19.699 17.857 34.137 241 0 0 5.no passengers embarked * Provisional ** Ports not listed z All planes flying to Italy 43 12. AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ONLY.894 5.202 20.344 15.083 Sep 1. 2009 2008 JOHANNESBURG (JNB) 105.331 48.025 16.330 8.335 89.121 31.963 927 10.163 1.658 4.100 37.528 2.435 0 4.797 1.413 1.540 0 9.952 9.488 1.034 16.479 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 184 0 0 20.601 Nov Dec 455 3.043 10.728 16.755 5.894 30.618 118.908 25.220 25.286 9.161 6.165 17.898 0 924 4.591 3.048 15.215 3.024 1.018 0 0 0 4.997 10.706 21.202 2.731 0 839 8.341 30.545 0 0 0 5.447 1.177 0 8.289 35.349 5.912 0 1.172 13.982 29.945 10.579 15.446 8.401 173.955 18.883 DAR ES SALAAM (DAR) ENTEBBE (EBB) HARARE (HRE) 71.707 126.457 52.305 28.519 8.980 11.226 44.112 26.374 0 0 0 20.321 12.097 18.679 459.282 6.739 16.072 211.997 Jul 2010 1.363 2.142 151.884 348.085 21.498 25.446 368 0 0 4.700 114.061 1.721 25.289 12.517 0 OTHERS PARIS-(CDG) & (PAR) ROME (ROM) z 18.763 19.356 4.000 4.970 20.860 0 13.TABLE (18A): JOMO KENYATTA INT.278 4.124 1.452 110.208 27.689 2.853 90.509 25.749 1.568 10.524 31.076 0 13.387 146.194 7.853 2.518 21.045 4.935 99. TOTAL ADDIS ABABA (ADD) 26.060 CAIRO (CAI) 28.740 1.287 3.685 - .240 7.382 0 0 3.024 8.963 4.786 27.196 2.468.810 21.158 322 0 0 TOTAL ASIA 247.421 894 10.387 0 3.880 9.785 40.960 102.813 13.063 1.321 1.710 - Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .231 14.445 6.973 123 0 0 4.188 1.184 9.383 860 3.660 TOTAL OTHERS** 497.117 19.218 Jun 3.610 39.162 12.152 Aug 1.611 3.377 101.618 TOTAL AFRICA 369.745 10.164 1.749 KARACHI (KHI) 0 MUSCAT (MCT) 0 4.291.625 89.475 1.928 8.157 2.865 2.567 BRUSSELS (BRU) LONDON (LON) GRAND TOTAL 23.701 16.120 15.100 9.968 0 0 0 PORTS.158 0 923 BOMBAY (BOM) DUBAI (DXB) 183.179 4.827 1.623 AMSTERDAM (AMS) 112.710 1.278 126.860 1.657 5.850 31.501 8.890 39.066 987 803 4.391 4.282 119.832 0 1.073 36.175 40.659 1.048 23.315 156.498 25.497 1.755 40.891 45.033 2.859 2.016 8.538 5.731 0 7.569 7.186 20.989 23.780 15.891 8.894 8.180 5.902 9.882 TOTAL Jan Feb Mar Apr May June 87.657 0 4.716 10.630 10.392 1.386 11.104 5.845 1.294 15.695 1.803 4.288 0 0 61.759 1.814 110.832 57.240 122.

FIG 15: J.4 Number of Passengers 31175.2 34190.4 16101. PASSENGERS BY REGION OF DESTINATION 40220 37205.2 19116.6 13086.K.8 10072 Jun'09 July'09 Aug'09 Sep'09 Oct'09 Nov'09 AFRICA Dec'09 ASIA 44 Jan 10 Feb 10 Mar 10 Apr 10 EUROPE May 10 Jun 10 .8 25146 ` 22131.6 28160.A.I.

TABLE (18B): JOMO KENYATTA INT.103 1.800 5.714 - 33.752 0 0 764 8.255 33.392 29.120 1.006 1.475.151 14.276 76.643 3.886 10.524 3.843 4.135 8.510 41.493 16.265 6.512 16.506 4.848 10.287 90.308 120.562 154.956 19.933 19.911 Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics .158 3.993 1.369 9.572 4.484 10.979 15.678 2.092 4.529 98.026 632 6.203 OTHERS(TOTAL) ** GRAND TOTAL 2010 2009 547.545 31.287 19.997 8.080 10.109 35.799 138.770 10.462 14.334.297 1.836 14.372 2.774 2.492 88.661 7.926 27.147 1.011 849 TOTAL(EUROPE) 317.345 1.118 26.158 4.169 8.979 10.098 683 1.700 102.057 5.214 39.961 9.621 1.020 221.065 728 9.024 1.176 1.781 26.160 10.179 4.771 4.477 15.779 8.810 133.988 11.528 40.115 838 0881 19.953 38.456 10.568 9.868 178.382 1.331 12.317 261.798 8.692 20.574 4.544 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 - - TOTAL ASIA 237.899 568 411 114 250 0 0 0 2.718 364.842 23.750 21.009 5.038 19.399 10.125 9.917 19.153 21.378 31.052 19.988 9.424 33.775 8.841 6.878 2.120 5.404 32.545 2.242 30.995 1.557 4.484 11.454 6.692 30.433 AMSTERDAM (AMS) BRUSSELS (BRU) LONDON (LON) PARIS-(CDG)&( PAR) ROME (ROM) Z ZURICH (ZRH) 110.794 27.621 217 103.536 9.no passengers landed * Provisional ** Ports not listed z Includes all planes from Italy ` 45 .186 7.510 27.487 5.921 20.060 31.538 25.174 2.364 1.312 100.793 24.784 13.192 373.299 54.151 1.154 3.333 7.576 805 2.316 4.084 33.977 13.541 1.175 119.160 5.937 5.058 1.783 7.866 31.823 4.150 16.116 1.190 1.825 6.606 1.999 4.905 24.908 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 11. 2008 PORTS ADDIS ABABA (ADD) CAIRO (CAI) DAR ES SALAAM (DAR) ENTEBBE (EBB) HARARE (HRE) JOHANNESBURG (JNB) TOTAL AFRICA BOMBAY (BOM) DUBAI (DXB) JEDAH (JED) KARACHI (KHI) MUSCAT (MCT) 2009 TOTAL June July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec TOTAL Jan Feb Mar Apri May June 25.202 3.634 10.109 17.488 - 0 0 0 0 19.267 15.358 41.780 8.514 - 11.080 35.249 1.986 39.784 10.511 7.242 11.174 8.554 19.759 166.000 971 1.716 104.056 8.389 45.051 13.807 1.094 7.904 8.326 19.245 952 965 1.835 5.738 9.936 3.LANDED PASSENGERS BY PORT OF DESTINATION.027 24.425 22.166 4.628 18.310 989 1.945 11.152 32.618 99.513 141.979 8.680 10.444 6.548 14.100 115.706 18.483 15.985 0 0 11.610 7.214 573 362 520 2.570 24.793 101.261 52.432 81.490 33.382 117.126 28.218 46.013 2.445 986 782 18.938 856 2.698 1.548 1.300 3.307 6.940 6.482 19.002 26.437 35.715 11.246 21.996 14.904 114.150 1.510 127.677 2.136 2.324 5.495 103. AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS ONLY.346 1.069 487.862 16.590 28.994 10.139 5.782 7.302 5.

098 29.173 11.186 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Africa Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 Asia 46 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Europe Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 .085 32.FIG 16: J.148 17.123 23.060 38.073 Number of Passengers 35.A.K.110 26.136 20.I.161 14. PASSENGERS BY REGION OF ORIGIN 41.

774 15.286 12.Not specified 47 .477 2.483 363 424 270 297 286 226 239 Buses 3.438 1.355 3.151 9.955 2.463 3.etc 16.434 2.057 56 78 83 90 98 86 131 Lorries 12.880 1.313 16.470 1.824 7.418 91.P/Ups.339 Vans.198 10.318 94 56 95 123 96 71 1.930 1.202 1.696 2.562 16.685 1.035 13.356 2.202 3.972 27.707 9.774 16.351 3.120 519 566 591 472 558 619 598 M/Buses 8.Table 18 C: New Vehicle Registration Saloons 34.011 13.115 104 94 147 94 65 77 83 Others 943 474 36 368 328 306 57 2.523 1.442 1.678 2.817 93 69 92 86 105 134 1.813 15.806 7.353 14.037 363 420 491 405 329 380 545 Trailers 4.570 439 523 398 355 430 642 6.728 15.599 2.364 675 963 1.332 9.283 5.298 1.596 8.852 TOTAL Source : Kenya National Bureau of Statistics * Provisional .114 313 223 233 245 240 229 2.301 1.387 St.751 16.890 9.160 3 Whellers 1.452 11.259 9.239 161.575 298 399 296 962 343 269 65 184.581 4.876 437 397 338 291 521 353 4.883 216 206 213 273 179 180 199 Motors Cycles 51.Wagon 47.593 2.718 85 81 75 96 71 67 863 59 121 82 83 140 127 106 Wheeled tractors 2.915 1.600 11.331 697 549 613 578 684 522 7.636 1.061 9.933 16.

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